Things to do in Melbourne, Australia: http://www.ytravelblog.com/what-to-do-in-melbourne-australia/

What to Do in Melbourne - Highlights of Melbourne, Australia

Copper doors in Collins St Melbourne's "Paris end" Was once an exclusive boutique selling the best of European fashion for 70 years.  Last year this site became a Scotch & Soda Store. What a waste.

Copper doors in Collins St Melbourne's "Paris end" Was once an exclusive boutique selling the best of European fashion for 70 years.

Block Court, Collins Street, Melbourne.

A revisit to the ceiling art deco style decoration at the Block Court, Collins Street, Melbourne. Rennovation design architect :Harry Norris, Formerly the Athaneum Club built in 1890 designed by William Salway.

Anz Gothic Bank

Anz Gothic Bank

The Block Court, Collins Street, Melbourne. This building was formerly the Athaneum Club built in 1890 designed by Willian Salway. It was rennovated to a shopping arcade designed by Harry Norris in 1930.

The Block Court, Collins Street, Melbourne. This building was formerly the Athaneum Club built in 1890 designed by Willian Salway. It was rennovated to a shopping arcade designed by Harry Norris in

Aesop Collins Street Melbourne | Yellowtrace

Tour of Aesop Stores Around The World

Aesop flagship store by Kerstin Thompson Architects, Melbourne store design

In 2011, Zara unveiled its renovation of an elegant Neo-Gothic building on Melbourne's Bourke Street, which was constructed in the turn of the 20th century and is most well-known as the former location of Darrods Department Store, which occupied the space since 1934. The Zara architecture team faced quite a task restoring the aging, delicate elements adorning the two different façade styles, but it all came together in the end.

In 2011, Zara unveiled its renovation of an elegant Neo-Gothic building on Melbourne's Bourke Street, which was constructed in the turn of the 20th century and is most well-known as the former location of Darrods Department Store, which occupied the space since 1934. The Zara architecture team faced quite a task restoring the aging, delicate elements adorning the two different façade styles, but it all came together in the end.

Pinterest
Search